Indexed satellite imagery
Based on satellite imagery received from a number of public and private satellites, we perform analysis on the below bands and create various indices. See them all in the table.
|RGB||Red, Blue, Green Band 2, 3 and 4||10m||Monitoring of on-land and maritime changes in true color.|
|Red-Edge||Red-Edge Band 5, 6 and 7||20m||Classification of vegetation.|
|NIR||Near Infra-Red Band 8||0.4m 10m||Mapping of shorelines and biomass content; detection and analysis of vegetation.|
|SWIR||Short-Wave Infra-Red Band 11 and 12||20m||Mapping of vegetation, snow and ice, soil moisture and smoke.|
|NDVI||Normalized Difference Vegetation Index||10m||Quantification of green vegetation; for monitoring over-time vegetative change.|
|GNDVI||Green Normalized Difference Vegetation||10m||More sensitive quantification of green vegetation; a modification of NDVI.|
|SAVI||Soil Adjusted Vegetation Index||10m||Quantification of green vegetation when vegetative cover is low; a modification of NDVI.|
|NDWI||Green Normalized Difference Vegetation||10m||Mapping of water bodies.|
|MCARI||Modified Chlorophyll Absorption in Reflectance Index||20m||Measuring of the depth of chlorophyll absorption; is not affected by reflectance from soil and other non-photosynthetic materials.|
|EVI||Enhanced Vegetation Index||10m||An improvement for NDVI in areas of dense canopy; can also help correct for soil background and atmospheric interferences.|
|CHL||Chlorophyll Red-Edge||20m||Measuring of Chlorophyll content in vegetation.|
|ARI1||Anthocyanin Reflectance Index||10m||Indicative of changes in foliage via new growth and death.|
|NBR||Normalized Burn Ration||20m||Estimation of burn severity and subsequent mortality in vegetation.|
|SIPI||Structure Intensive Pigment Index||10m||Quantification of vegetation; often indicative of plant disease; used for monitoring in areas with high variability in canopy structure.|
|MSI||Moisture Stress Index||20m||Estimation of leaf water content; can be used to assess canopy stress, productivity prediction modelling, fire hazard analysis, and ecosystem physiology analysis.|
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